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Was du in Aarhus unternehmen kannst

Entdecke die Stadt aus der Perspektive von Einheimischen. Entdecke die schönsten Dinge, die man unternehmen kann, sowie die besten Restaurants, und erhalte unbezahlbare Ratschläge von den Menschen, die hier leben.

“Second best place to go get your drink(s) on in Aarhus. Very chill place that plays a lot of hip hop tunes in a low key environment. P.s. no dance floor, so this is mostly for sitting, chatting and enjoying the drinks!”
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“The Aarhus Central Food Market is a large and sensuous food market in the Skt. Knuds Torv square in the heart of Aarhus. Go exploring the inviting stalls, where foodies, local food lovers, shoppers, food enthusiasts, and other folks can go every day to fill their shopping basket with the delicacies of the season, enjoy fine foods from the many market stalls, and get up-to-date with what's going on in the Aarhus gastronomy scene.”
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“The harbour. Take a walk along the waterfront or grap an ice-cream at the boat-harbour. Or cycle past the waterfront into the forest.”
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“One of the best coffee makers in Aarhus. But be aware - they are nerdy, so you need to accept that they don't compromise quality of coffee for good service :-)”
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“Here go swimming in the summer... and some in the winter (you have to be a member in winter time) . Rent a bike an go for a nice ride along the waterfront. Nice forrest area surroundings for a walk ”
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“Train is the biggest nightclub in Aarhus. Its a venue and a night club with big names from all over the world.”
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“Open-air market (flowers/fruit/veg/fish/cheese) every Wednesday- and Saturday morning”
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Farmers Market
“Bazar Vest is a unique shopping centre in Aarhus – a paradise for the gourmet, the price-conscious consumer, and the handyperson alike – Bazar Vest has it all. Just like the best bazaars of the Orient, Bazar Vest bids you welcome to a melting pot of culture, spices, colours and scents.”
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“DOKK 1 is located nbext to the harbour by the sea side. enter the stairs to the first floor (outside steps) and you'll find a gret playing garden for your children, and a good view point for you at the same time. DOKK1 is a pubvlic library but there are outdoor activities interated on the first floor terrasse that goes al around the building, which you may check out. Very Danish way of thinking play ground for the children. next by on ythe ground floor is a fountaine which you can run barefooted in between during summer time. ”
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History Museum
“The old town, is an open-air town museum located in the Aarhus Botanical Gardens.”
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“Aarhus Theatre The Aarhus Theatre is a historic theater in the heart of Aarhus. With 4 stages and a total of 1,200 seats it is one of the most popular cultural attractions in Aarhus. The listed building just opposite the Cathedral was designed by the architect Hack Kampmann, and was inaugurated in 1900. The Theatre has an all-embracing repertoire during the season from early September until mid-June, including some 15 of its own productions and also a few guest performances. Unique architecture The lavishly adorned façade of the Aarhus Theatre has an enticing magic of its very own, and the spell and allure are even greater when you pass through the doors and enter the theatre with its glittering chandeliers and extravagantly gold-decorated ceilings and interiors. See more Rich history The theatre dates back to the year 1900, and to this day the building still evokes an ambience of celebration and joyful expectation from the entertainment presented on its four stages. The former theatre The Aarhus Theatre (Aarhus Teater) in Aarhus is the largest provincial theatre in Denmark. The present theatre house constructed in the late 19th century as a replacement for the old theatre, nicknamed "Svedekassen". Since Aarhus had grown to be Jutland's biggest city during the 19th century, the old theatre had become too small for the public. New theater by architect Hack Kampmann The new building was designed by the Danish architect Hack Kampmann (1856-1920), and the construction began on the 12 of August 1898. Only two years later the Theatre was completed, and it was inaugurated on the 15th of September 1900. The style of the building is Art Nouveau, with the national romantic emphasis on natural materials, and the interior was completed by artists Hansen-Reistrup and Hans Tegner.”
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“Part bar, part beach, part pier. Lay in the sand, play some volleyball, go for a swim and look at the ferries. Great place thats only open in summer.”
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Grocery or Supermarket
“NETTO supermarket - almost always open - and with a wide selection at reasonable prices”
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“Great restaurant with, next doors, a perfect bar for spending the night a long! ”
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“This Café is one of my favorite places - only 20 min walk from here and a very cozy atmosphere. ”
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Grocery or Supermarket
“Elected as the best Rema 1000 in Denmark. A huge super market with everything you need, open everyday from 8 to 22.”
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